Meraki Integration

Note: You shouldn’t have to generate any new API keys. We manage all of our clients from a single Meraki instance, and they all use the same API key. The first part of this guide (Steps for generating an API Key in Meraki) is merely for informational purposes.




Steps for generating an API Key in Meraki:

  1. Sign in to the Meraki Admin portal:
  2. Select from the list of organizations
  3. Navigate to Organization -> Settings under Configure
  4. Go to
  5. Under the API access section, click the Generate new API key button

IMPORTANT: You can only have two active API keys at a single time. If two already exist, do not revoke one of them. Check with your fellow engineers to see what they’re being used for before revoking an in-use key.

If successful, you should see a window like the following:

Lastly, copy the newly generated API key since you’ll need it for Wizarrd.

Steps for enabling the Dashboard API in Meraki:

  1. Sign in to the Meraki Admin portal:
  2. Select the client from the list of organizations
  3. Navigate to Organization → Settings under Configure

IMPORTANT: Verify that the checkbox next to Enable access to the Cisco Meraki Dashboard API is checked.

Steps for retrieving the client’s Org ID in Postman:

  1. Open the Postman app and download the following Collection:

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Keep this JSON file handy as you will need to return to it in the next step

  1. From inside of Postman, click Import -> Upload Files -> Select the .json file you downloaded in step 1, and click Import
  2. Under the Collections section, select the dropdown next to Cisco Meraki, then select the GET request and click Send

Once those steps are completed, you should now see the successful JSON response. Each section (denoted by curly braces ‘{ }’) of the JSON response represents an individual company that we manage inside of Meraki, and within each section there is an “id”. IMPORTANT: For the purposes of Wizarrd, copy the id string between the quotation marks for the company that you’re going to import Meraki data for.


Configuring Wizarrd to import the Meraki data:

  1. Navigate to the appropriate client’s company under
  2. Select the Network Management tab and expand Meraki
  3. Enter the Org Id that you retrieved from the Postman steps above, and the API Keycheck “Is Active Account.”, and click Update.


Once completed, make sure to copy the API information and put it in the API Keys section of the relevant client.